The Timber Cutters Run


Welcome to the Timber Cutter’s Run, a unique touring route along ancient waterways and through ethereal forests – a touring route that reveals a story of an earthquake 60,000 years ago, the Cadell Fault, the Narrows (Barmah Choke), a 50 kilometre sand ridge, the redirection of the Murray River, and the creation of the Millawa-Barmah forests – the largest stand of River Red Gum in the world.

The Timber Cutters Run is a touring route through the central Murray Catchment of the Murray-Darling Basin from Moama to Balranald visiting Barmah, Mathoura, Deniliquin, Moulamein, and Kayalite along the way.